Tuesday, January 1, 2013

South Korea's Vietnamese Comfort Women

South Korea’s Vietnamese Comfort Women

Video explaining the Comfort Women issue between Japan and South Korea:

South Koreans since the end of World War Two have been pressing the Japanese for compensation (payola) in reference to the contentious issue between the two nations concerning Comfort Women.  Please see above video link for a thorough explanation of the issue.
Comfort Women statue near Japanese Embassy Seoul, SK 
In Seoul, South Korea across the street from the Japanese Embassy a statue dedicated to the Comfort Women has been placed.  In Nassau County, Long Island, New York State, United States of America, is a park / memorial dedicated to the Americans who served in the Korean War to keep South Korea free from communism.  Koreans have desecrated this Korean War monument by placing a memorial dedicated to the Comfort Women issue.

How about the Koreans before admonishing Japan for this issue they examine their own Comfort Women issue?  During the Vietnam War (late 1960’s – early 1970’s) South Korea sent troops to Vietnam in an attempt to keep South Vietnam free from communism (commies).  It has been reported South Korean troops and workers raped and impregnated many Vietnamese women, abandoning the children.  Also reported to have forced Vietnamese women into sexual slavery – COMFORT WOMEN (Lai Daihan).   

Did South Korea pay compensation to these Vietnamese Comfort Women?  Answer: No!  So South Korea shut up about demanding money from Japan while you have no offered any to your Vietnamese victims.  Shameful!

Then to compound this horror the ignorant Vietnamese shun, ostracize the children of these raped women because they are half Vietnamese and half Korean.  In other words according to these morons it is the child’s fault because his or her mother was raped by a Korean.     

Link to Wikipedia article:

Link reference to Vietnamese / South Korean children:

Link to Texas Daddy store:


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why not helping and saving today's comfort women?

They've still been suffering for over half a century even after WW-II. Just the customers were changed from the Japanese army to the USA army, but their business has kept on going..

We need to stop their violence and save poor women.

Modern-Day Comfort Women